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Join Public Libraries Across Canada for the First National, Bilingual Digital Book Club!
Alongside more than 500 other Canadian public libraries, we are excited to announce the first national, bilingual (English and French) digital book club!
More than 80% of Canadian public libraries will be offering free, unlimited access to Vi by Kim Thúy, in eBook and eAudiobook formats across different platforms from January 1-31, 2021. Vi will be available in English and French – without holds or waitlists – to all CPL cardholders.
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Music festivals, once a staple of the summer season, are largely on hold or have moved to a screen or drive-in near you. But you can still get that music festival feeling with these fiction and non-fiction titles that are all about the music: Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid “When singer Daisy Jones meets Billy Dunne of […]
Studies show that kids who don’t read during summer vacation actually slip in reading ability by the time autumn rolls around. Here are some fun books to help you encourage your children to read over the summer. Don’t forget to sign up for our exciting Summer Reading program at: http://www.caledon.library.on.ca/children/td%20summer%20reading%20club.aspx Scaredy Squirrel at the Beach by Melanie Watt […]
From the look of things right now, quarantine is going to last a wee bit longer! Many of us are not used to staying inside and spending prolonged periods of time at home. If you’re like me, you may be running out of fun things to do – fortunately, CPL libraries has some great videogames […]
Are Travel Guidebooks Still Relevant? By Sheila Howlett-Soltysiak In the age of technology, are travel guidebooks still helpful for us? Do they have a place in vacation planning? Guidebooks can be used ahead of time to research the popular or ‘can’t miss’ sights, and to learn about local tips, tricks or caveats. The benefit of […]
By Vanessa Szpurko While June is Pride Month in Canada, that doesn’t mean celebrations have to stop at Canada Day! That’s because Peel celebrates Pride in July. Why not check out one of the following recently published digital reads on Hoopla? You’ll need your library card # and your PIN. Don’t know them? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org […]
By Dave Rilling Are you looking for ways to keep your child reading this summer? Since 2017, the Ontario Library Association’s Forest of Reading program releases summer reading lists for kids and teens that their Kid and Teen Committees put together every spring. We have almost every book on the list in the collection! Search […]
Caledon Public Library (CPL) is pleased to announce that we are ready to move forward with our gradual recovery of library services. Most recently we opened our drop boxes and introduced a Contactless Holds Pickup Service at 3 branches. “Today we are excited to announce the reopening of our branches in a staged and careful […]
Written by Justine Shim Joanna, Ursa and Gabe are brought together in an unexpected, touching and emotional story in Glendy Vanderah’s debut novel Where the Forest Meets the Stars. Joanne Teale is a graduate student researching nesting birds in rural Illinois. She buries herself in her work as she heals from the loss of her mother […]
You’re probably familiar with the Forest of Reading by now. But did you know there’s a White Pine booklist just in time for summer? Unlike the school-year White Pine nominees, the Teen Committee List is curated by teens in Grades 9-12. We have every book on the list in the collection! Search a title in our catalogue to place a hold […]
Does your family love to cook? Are you looking for family cooking competition ideas after watching cooking shows, perusing magazines, and thumbing through cookbooks? If your dinner table is humming with talk of ingredients and new recipes to try, you are ready for Caledon Public Library’s (CPL’s) Great Quarantine Cookoff. Let’s gather virtually from our […]